Welcome to U10s Whites – Season 2016-17
Hope you’ve all had a great off-season and are raring to go and improve again in our first season of the 9-a-side. Whoo hoo!
We’ve had a slight change around to both increase numbers and merge our original three teams into two, a philosophy in preparation for 11-a-side and getting the players in the right environment.
The Yellows, and now Golds, will work as a group with a view to making two competitive 9-a-side teams for the 2016-17 season. The system we have in place is, we feel, created to make two footballing sides with the same team ethics and philosophy and focused on LTPD, with each child having individual goals set for them throughout the season.
Management team contact details:
Gary Machell | 07411 246718 or 01943 872425
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We will play in the Garforth JFL for 2016/17Click edit button to change this code.
Fixtures will become available here soon.
Latest news, match reports and everything else you need to know…
A frustrating outcome from a game Guiseley should have won by a good margin but unable to find the back of the net with a number of very good chances. The game started slowly with [...]
Today we took a late trip over to our old friends Wigton Moor for the Cup. A team we know well and who have really grown in strength over the last few months. So the [...]
A Ref called ‘Biscuit’ & a Barrel full of goals. The lads returned to action this week and our Grand Tour of Yorkshire took us to the ancient old town of Knaresborough. Where, in [...]
The battle of Soldiers Field. An all-new venue for this week’s top of the table clash with North Leeds. One which seemed to cause complete mayhem with some parents and their Sat Navs: several [...]
First home match of the season and another hard match for the girls today against a new team to the league. As with last week, today’s team talk was based around closing down the opposition [...]
A very entertaining game which could have gone either way, both sides creating chances and plenty of effort. Wigton are much better at re-starting the play than Guiseley, much more prepared to turn round to [...]